Computer Technology — Career/AAS

The Technical, Network, or Network Security and Computer Forensics tracks prepare you for immediate employment in technical environments where knowledge of the interface between hardware and software is necessary. Upon graduation, you could be employed as a computer operator, technician/programmer, or engineering aide, and work on protecting network data flow and integrity or on large software projects. Or, you might work directly with digital devices such as microprocessors and computer interfaces for sensors and controllers. Less emphasis is placed on mathematics, and more on computer hardware, digital logic, and microprocessors.

Computer Technology studies:

Computers in Technology · C++/C++.NET · Electrical Circuits · Microprocessors and Assembly Language · Digital Logic · Systems Analysis · Computer Maintenance · Intro to Networking · English, Social Science, Mathematics